Researchers at IBM released, officially, the smallest stop-motion movie ever made. Guiness has confirmed it.
They did it by manipulating individual atoms to create a stick-figure kid playing with a ball, and then jumping on a trampoline.
Each frame actually measured 25 nanometers by 45 nanometer. Now there are 25 MILLION nanometers in an inch, so what you're watching has been magnified over a hundred million times.
And here’s how they made it